Nobody But Him by Victoria Purman

Nobody But Him

By Victoria Purman

  • Release Date: 2013-10-01
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4
4
From 14 Ratings
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Description

She didn't expect to run into her first love...or to fall back in love with him.

At the age of eighteen, Julia Jones left her hometown — the small beachside town of Middle Point — with a head full of grand plans. Plans for an exciting life in a town that didn't involve a main street with only one pub or a particular boy named Ryan Blackburn.

But fifteen years and a lifetime later, Julia's forced to put her career and big-city life on hold when she returns home to finalise her mother's estate. Which is exactly where she runs smack-bang into the town's hero, Ry. As in Ryan Blackburn! The sensible thing to do? Stay the hell away from him and head back to Melbourne as fast as her stilettos can carry her! But instead, Julia finds his offer of a helping hand and a hot body too delicious to refuse.

Soon, she's ignoring her better judgement and diving into an ‘I'll think about it tomorrow' fling with Ry. But what she doesn't realise is that tomorrow has a way of sneaking up on you...and that saying goodbye to her hometown — and to Ry — is so much harder the second time around.

Praise for NOBODY BUT HIM

'Two sassy characters, a heated romance and a lovely, familiar location made it the perfect chill-out read after a long week at work.' — Book'd Out

'Purman's descriptions are so vivid, you can feel the sea breeze as you take in the stunning view, taste the salt, smell the coast.' — The Ecelectic Reader

Nobody But Him is an assured debut that is well worth the read for its interactions between characters and interesting plot.’ — Sam Still Reading

'...an easy and engaging romance ideal for a summer’s day reading.' — Book'd Out

Reviews

  • Amazing

    4
    By Fleetsin
    Such a captivating and alluring story. Couldn't put it down and I didn't want it to end. Minor downfall was the spelling mistakes throughout (just being pedantic). Loved it anyway!

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